Join The Hoboken Cove Boathouse on their cove for their free kayaking days at Maxwell Place. Experience the Hudson River as well as amazing views of the New York City Skyline.Their season opens weather permitting June 1 and runs thru mid September. This initial schedule is subject to change. For updates twitter: @hobocobo, facebook: Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse.
- Saturday June 1, 1PM-5:30PM
- Saturday June 15, 10:30AM-3PM
- Sunday June 30 1PM-5:30PM
- Sunday July 7, 9AM-12PM
- Saturday July 13, 12:30PM-5PM
- Saturday July 20, 3PM-7PM
- Sunday July 28, 11AM-3:30PM
- Saturday August 3, 3:30PM-7:30PM
- Sunday August 11, 11AM-4PM
- Saturday August 17, 2:30PM-6:30PM
- Sunday August 25, 10AM-3PM
- Saturday August 31 2PM-6PM
- Sunday September 1, 3PM-7:30PM
- Saturday September 14, 1.30PM-6PM
- Sunday September 22, 10AM-2:30PM
- Saturday September 28, 1PM-5:30PM
These Kayaking embayment programs take place close to shore, at the Maxwell Place beach. Programs are free and take place in a small bay area. All participants must know how to swim. Kids under 16 must paddle with a parent or an adult over 18. We supply the kayaks, paddles, and life jackets. It is first come first serve and when busy they have a paddle limit of about 20 minutes. Don’t forget your sunscreen.
Attention kayaking fans:
On Sunday October 7th, 12:00pm – 4:00pm, the Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse will have a public paddle at
Maxwell Place Park, 11th and Sinatra Drive, Hoboken, NJ. Possibly one of the last one’s for the season.
Water temperatures are still comfortable and conditions are good for this Sunday. They look forward to seeing you and for additional information please visit their web site.
Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse
Ben and Jerry’s of Hoboken is sponsoring The Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse, Monday, April 23, 2012 with a portion of the proceeds being donated to their 2012 operating costs.
They will be scooping ice cream, talking up their upcoming summer season, and discussing plans of working off the calories paddling on the river. Stop by and your continued support is greatly appreciated.
When: Monday, April 23 5:30-9:30PM
Where: Ben & Jerry’s 504 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ
The Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse Board consista of rthe following members:
- Malky Adelman
- Dylan Mader
- Paul Bayliss
- Eileen McCarren
- Carter Craft
- Justin McManus
- David Downs
- Jerry Sova
- William Lane
- John Trinkwalder
If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation at any level, visit their website: www.hobokencoveboathouse.org/donations/
Don’t worry , the ground around Hoboken Cove is not radioactive, this is just a little Photoshop fun. We at TheBoken.com are not on some carb restricted regimen that smacks in the face of physics and that makes us cranky and lob all sorts of accusations against people who are trying to be charitable. We also don’t make up stuff like the Mayor is poisoning our public lawns just because we forgot our meds or swallowed a whole bottle of “Haterade”. No, we are certainly not that site. Hoboken deserves better. However we do like to have fun once in a while.
The Hoboken Cove site has undergone some extensive landscaping and remediation and now has this greenish covering on the field awaiting the next step in construction to complete that portion of the park. The bond has been approved and it will be a matter of time before construction begins. I took a little liberty to see if the ground became either phosphorescent or radioactive and this is the enhanced green result.
The latest on 1600 Park and Hoboken Cove from the City of Hoboken……
Residents are invited to attend a public meeting for a presentation and discussion of the final conceptual design for 1600 Park and Hoboken Cove. The meeting will take place on Monday, January 23rd at 6:00pm in the basement floor conference room of City Hall, 94 Washington Street.
The latest update on Hoboken Cove and 1600 Park project from the city of Hoboken. The exhibit of revisions based on public input starts today at 2:30pm at City Hall Located at 94 Washington Street, Hoboken NJ.
New Hoboken Cove Waterfront Park Design Ideas on Display
1600 Park and Hoboken Cove Concept Plans to be Shown at City Hall
The City of Hoboken is in the process of revising the designs to create new parks and public space at 1600 Park and Hoboken Cove. Revisions are underway based on community input regarding connectivity between the parks and new flexibility regarding the height of the proposed recreation field. The City has commissioned the professional landscape architect Imbiano Quigley (IQ) to design the site. The consultant will be presenting multiple concepts to the stakeholders committee and receiving feedback from the stakeholders for consensus on a final conceptual design.
Concurrently, a studio class of graduate students in the Landscape Architecture program at City College in New York has been working to creatively consider the same constraints and develop design ideas of their own. A set of the studio class’ design ideas, a culmination of a semester-long collaboration effort, will be on display starting Tuesday, December 13, 2011 in the lobby of City Hall, 94 Washington Street. Professor and Landscape Architect Lee Weintraub worked with members of the stakeholder committee to guide the students in their work over the last 10 weeks. Director of Community Development Brandy Forbes and the City’s consultants Remington and Vernick also provided input into the students’ work.
The public is invited to see the exhibit which opens Tuesday, December 13, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. All of the students will be in attendance to describe their work. Later in the week the formal concepts from the City’s professionals IQ will also be on display in the City Hall Lobby.